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Best local Indian Restaurant in Essex 2014
One of the finest Indian restaurants in Essex Caraway Indian Brasserie, in Gants Hill, has won the prestigious Best Local Indian Restaurant Award in the Restaurant Guides

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Vapiano

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Alisan

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With its name derived from a mountain in Taiwan, this new and upmarket Chinese forms part of the £1.3b regeneration which encompasses the new Wembley Stadium and the surrounding area. What is striking is that the restaurant takes a prime spot bang opposite the glistening stadium and is bound to attract hordes of punters once the latter is officially open. In the meantime, the large 200-seater Alisan is content with serving locals with cooking which leans on the modern albeit with some familiar Cantonese favourites. Colourful dim sum items include a green-hued bamboo mooli dumpling to three-style mushroom wrapped in carrot strip to scallop with pork. Sadly though, the dim sum is all rather bland tasting. The a la carte in fact, fares better. Steamed diver scallops with vermicelli is gorgeously addictive while the spinach broth with razor clam, ginger and spring onion is just lush. Mains like venison strips in black pepper and garlic along with jumbo prawns with chilli are very well rendered. Desserts are quite European in execution. Overall, the decor has a characterless corporate feel